This snack is best for those who have sweet cravings and solves the puzzle of “Where do vegans get their protein from?” 🙂
Cuisine : Indian Recipe Origin : Punjab, North India Mode of Cooking : Vegan Preferred Meal Time: Lunch Health Benefits … More
Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high; Where knowledge is free; Where the … More
Cuisine : Continental Mode of Cooking : Vegan , Baked/ Satvik (see tip at the end of the recipe) Preferred … More
Cuisine : Continental Mode of Cooking : Vegan / Satvik (See tip at the end of the recipe) Preferred Meal … More
Cuisine : Indian Recipe Origin : Andhra Pradesh, South India Mode of cooking : Vegan / Satvik (See tip at … More
How could this happen to a yoga practitioner? Well, is there a doctor free from disease? Come on! it’s human body, it acts like “as you sow , so you reap” . None is an exemption! Any body can be vulnerable to disease! If you are not taking diet like the fact speaks” Your health is 70% diet and 30% workout”. We are not Gods! I have seen many yoga teachers and gym instructors develop sprain issues, bone depletions, thyroid problems and even in few cases cancer. Yoga or the cardiovascular stuff you all do at the gym does not define your health, it is way beyond that.
Yoga is not a solitary concept. It only works in harmony with breath, proper lifestyle and most vitally diet for health.